Labour apologises to chair of youth wing for ‘investigation error’

Inquiry into Jess Barnard was mistake made while clearing complaints backlog, party says

Labour has apologised for briefly placing the chair of its youth wing, Jess Barnard, under investigation for “hostile or prejudiced” behaviour, saying this was an error that happened amid an attempt to clear a backlog of complaints.

Barnard was recently involved in a public row with Labour’s general secretary, David Evans, about the group’s participation in Labour’s annual conference later this month.

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